Cancer Research Paralyzed by Bureaucracy
Like lambs awaiting slaughter, the public tolerates bureaucratic delays that inflict horrific suffering and needless death. Lifesaving cancer treatments
remain bogged down in red tape. AIDS activists revolted against regulatory roadblocks and turned HIV infection into a manageable illness. Cancer victims
should emulate this remarkable success.
Prevent Sun-Induced Skin Aging
Solar rays cause wrinkles, age spots, and cancer. A tropical fern extract—when taken orally—markedly reduces ultraviolet-induced skin damage.
This natural extract goes one step further and repairs sun-aged skin by generating new collagen and elastin.
Creatine Extends Life Span
Once used only by athletes, creatine has been shown to improve glucose tolerance, inhibit cognitive decline, and combat age-related
disease. Impressive, journal-published research shows that creatine extends life span in animals by the equivalent of seven years in human terms.
New Findings About Coffee
A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine reveals the overall death risk for coffee drinkers is 16% lower than non-drinkers. Containing more than 1,000 compounds, coffee’s potent molecules are now recognized
to inhibit cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, neurodegeneration, and liver and kidney cancers.
Cardiovascular Conference Report
At the world’s largest conference on cardiovascular disease prevention organized by Dr. Michael Ozner, scientists presented compelling
studies for reducing heart disease risks. Topics included gluten sensitivity, fructose’s link to diabetes, coronary artery calcification, preventing blood vessel aging, chelation therapy, processed meat risks, and cardiac medications.
A Common But Deadly Gynecological Procedure
Every year, more than 60,000 women undergo morcellation for the removal of uterine fibroids or to shred the uterus for
easy removal. Unfortunately, the process can spread lethal cancer cells into the abdomen, killing one in every 350 women treated with this procedure.
In The News
Calcium supplements decrease colo-rectal cancer risk; vitamin D lowers breast and colorectal cancer mortality; individuals with enhanced vitamin E
metabolism have 25% lower prostate cancer risk; vitamin C supports breast cancer survival; fish oil lowers blood pressure; and more.
Hemp seeds are a rich source of two essential fatty acids—alpha-linolenic acid and the rare gamma linolenic acid—along with all
the essential amino acids and abundant minerals and vitamins. Hemp seeds quell inflammation, enhance cardiovascular protection, and ease eczema symptoms.
Author of The Sailor Who Climbs Mountains, Jean Braure is a three-time Olympic sailor and Life Extension® member who
has also scaled the world’s highest peaks. At 78—and still climbing—he takes a range of supplements to improve his performance.
Nicholas Gonzales, MD, pioneered research into an enzyme-based nutritional approach to treating cancer. In his book, What Went Wrong, he describes
how the medical world’s bias and incompetence derailed a crucial clinical trial and nearly succeeded at discrediting his therapy.